Annapolis Yacht Sales welcomes Mark Andrew as president

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Annapolis Yacht Sales has named Mark Andrews as president.

Andrews moved to the Chesapeake Bay area 20 years ago and became involved in marina and marine service management, as well as boat brokerage, with Island Yacht Brokers, Gratitude Yachts, and S&J Yachts in Annapolis.

"Mark Andrews is the final piece in our two-year transformation plan,” said Annapolis Yacht Sales CEO Rob Taishoff in a statement. “We have worked hard to build out our infrastructure and develop metrics. The only thing we were missing was a leader with a solid background and reputation in the marine industry and Mark Andrews is that individual.”

Annapolis Yacht Sales represents Beneteau sailing yachts, Lagoon catamarans, EdgeWater, Steiger Craft, Four Winns and Lagoon.

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